The MS Department of Revenue has asked for MAS assistance in obtaining resolutions from county board of supervisors who have opted out of the MS Medical Cannabis Act or plan to opt out before the 90-day deadline.
Please email your board resolution to Steve Gray at Sgray@massup.org, or you may mail it to the office at 793 North President Street, Jackson, MS 39202 or fax it to the MAS office at 601.353.2749.
Recognizing the significance transportation infrastructure has on the State’s economy and its importance to the citizens for mobility, the Mississippi Legislature established the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund (ERBRF) during the 2018 Extraordinary Session.
Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act (SB 2095)
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In an effort to bolster civic education and educate communities on the role of county government, the National Association of Counties (NACo) is launching the 2022 “I Love My County Because” art contest in conjunction with National County Government Month.
Adams County is seeking a purchase clerk. Click HERE for job description.
The dates for the 2022 Spring Regional PDD Meetings have been set. Please see the attached schedule for meeting dates and times. Location of meeting will be confirmed soon.
As you know, these regional meetings are important for several reasons; we will be holding elections to the MAS Board of Directors, Legislative and Nominating committee as well as recapping the 2022 legislative session.
On Wednesday, February 2, 2022 Governor Tate Reeves signed into law Senate Bill 2095, also known as the “Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act (MMCA)” legalizing medical cannabis.